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  LIFE'S A BITCH THEN YOU DIE, HARD
Die Hard with a Vengeance
John McTiernan, 1995
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Simon (Jeremy Irons) says, figure this one out. My identity you should know, when I exclaim, "Schnappt mich im kino. Na, na. na, no, no, no!" He did leave three clues in regard to his identity during one of his calls to the precinct. We just gave you two of our own if you were paying attention.
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Die Hard
(1) D. McClane did tell the passenger that he was a cop, but he didn't mention which precinct he was from. (2) He thought his wife would be back in six months when she realized the mistake she made. (3) A pretty girl jumped into the arms of her boyfriend at the airport. He sighed, "Fucking California" again after someone kissed him on the cheek at his wife's Christmas party. (4) The person that was seated next to him on his flight to Los Angeles told him to walk around on a rug barefoot, and to make fists with his toes, to help him get over his fear of flying. (5) Lines to keep track of the number of terrorists

(6) The program he was watching on the TV in his limo was interrupted by a news report. (7) The brand of cigarettes they smoked. (8) Hans tried to shoot McClane with the empty revolver he was given. (9) He wanted him to tell her that it took him a while to figure out what a jerk he's been, that he was sorry, he should have been more supportive, and that she was the best thing that ever happened to him. (10) Thornburg's interview and the family photo that was in Holly's office


Die Hard with a Vengeance
The German accent, the stuttering and the words, "Your Fort Knox"
File this scenario under the category of Look on the bright side, it could have been nachos and cheese! The date is July 20th, 1988 - opening night for the biggest action film of the summer. It's five minutes away from showtime. There's only three empty seats left.
Two are in the front row, the other one is next to you. You're watching a preview for The Naked Gun when, all of a sudden, you're blinded by downpour of buttered popcorn. It's everywhere! It's in your hair, all over your lap, even in the pocket of your shirt. Your friends are laughing their asses off when you hear an angelic voice say, "I'm so sorry. My handbag got caught on an armrest." "Don't worry about it. There's a restroom right outside the theater. I'll be back in a minute or two, just make sure my loser friends don't give away my seat." Where are we going with this one? The question we want you to answer is; what would you have missed if you missed the first two minutes of the film?

A. McClane (Bruce Willis) told the passenger that was seated next to him that he worked for the NYPD.
B. He tried to explain where his fear of flying came from.
C. He told the passenger that he was flying to Los Angeles to spend the holidays with his estranged wife (Bonnie Bedelia).
D. None of the above


2. There were a couple of reasons why McClane didn't move to Los Angeles when his wife was promoted. One was because he didn't want to give up his job with the NYPD. What was the other reason?
3. McClane sighed, "California" on two separate occasions. What prompted that reaction? If you need a hint on this one, each incident involved some sort of public display of affection.

4. There are worse things in life than getting caught with your pants down - bare feet, that's another story. Ask McClane. Why wasn't he wearing any socks or shoes when the terrorists seized the Nakatomi Building?

5. Note to self, on self. What was written on McClane's right arm?

6. If we asked you why Argyle (De'Voreaux White) didn't respond to any of McClane's calls, you'd probably answer "Because none of his calls got through," right? How did he find out that McClane was in trouble?

7. The educated guess that McClane made in regard to who he thought he was dealing with was based on three things - their accents, the clothes the terrorists wore and what else?

8. Our lips are sealed (for the moment), but his weren't. Ellis (Hart Bochner) squealed like the rat he was when he tried to negotiate for his release. That was how Hans (Alan Rickman) found out that McClane was
a cop. How did McClane trick Hans into revealing his true identity?

9. "Yippie ki yah, motherfucker!"? No, that wasn't it. That was intended for somebody else. You know who. What message did McClane want Sgt. Powell (Reginald VelJohnson) to relay to his wife if she survived and he didn't?

10. You could say that Hans put one and one or two and two together to figure out that McClane was Holly's estranged husband, Name either one of the clues that completed that puzzle.
John McTiernan, 1988